Global Opportunities

Where can I go?

Please note the details below are provisional. Academic Schools and Departments may make changes to their portfolio at any time. Please consult with your home school or department for the most up-to-date information about where you can study abroad.

Where you go on your study placement depends on your degree programme. Duration of study can vary from one semester to a full academic year or a postgraduate research exchange period, depending on the terms of the signed interinstitutional agreement with the partner institution. To find out more about your options, please get in touch with your academic school or department's Erasmus+ Coordinator.

The Erasmus+ ICM Programme opens up a world of opportunity for you. Look below to see what exchange agreements have been arranged by your school:

Important information

  • Students should confirm with their departmental coordinator that their degree programme includes an option to study abroad on exchange.
  • Students should not submit or complete any materials for the partner institution until an offer to study abroad and nomination to the partner have been made by Queen Mary.
  • Our exchange destinations offer a diverse range of cultural and social environments, and you should be aware that societal attitudes and norms can be quite different from those in the UK. These differences are often reflected in the legal environment. You should familiarise yourself with these differences and bear them in mind when deciding whether to apply for the exchange programme and where to apply to. You need to consider whether you are going to be comfortable living and studying abroad in your chosen destination. You should pay particular attention to differences in areas such as:  freedom of political expression and rights to free speech; freedom of sexual expression and attitudes to same sex relationships; attitudes and the law pertaining to alcohol and other drugs. The age limits for participating in various activities varies according to location, and in most (if not all) countries, ignorance of the law is not a defence against prosecution.
Academic SchoolName of InstitutionCountryLevel of studyAcademic Year abroad (as part of a four / five year degree)Semester abroad (as part of a three year degree)
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Ukraine Postgraduate (PhD) NO NO

 

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